BSNL launches New Per Sec Plan with reduced tariff and many promotional schemes

By October 25th, 2014 AT 1:30 PM

BSNL-logoBSNL has been constantly launching offers across the country for its customers. It has now announced promotional schemes for its customers of the Punjab region. The offers are:

Launch of Per Sec Plan with reduced tariff:

The Punjab circle has now reduced the local/STD voice call tariff from 1.8 paisa/sec to 1.2 paisa/sec with the use of a PV-36 voucher. This will be applicable on the BSNL Co “Per Sec Plan”.

Promotional Scheme on Top Up-300 and Top Up-400:

  • Top-up voucher of Rs 300 will get you a talktime of Rs 330
  • Top-up voucher for Rs 400 will get you a talktime of Rs 450

The scheme is valid for 90 days only (w.e.f. 24-10-2014)

3G data cards at reduced rates:

  • 3.6 Mbps USB/PCMCIA data card will cost you Rs. 500 + VAT and will come with a free bundled STV of Rs. 14.
  • 7.2 Mbps PCMCIA data card will cost you Rs 1000 + VAT and will come with a free bundled STV of Rs 39

The scheme is valid for 90 days only (w.e.f. 24-10-2014)

All these offers seem to be decently priced and customers (new and existing) will surely be able to take advantage of these.

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Gurmohan Boparai
Gurmohan Boparai

Dear Ritij,
one thing you forgot to mention here. The PV-36 voucher’s validity is only for 180 days. I have recharged this plan and gives me less cost than mine Airtel and Vodafone sim (2 paisa/sec).

SS Harwalkar
SS Harwalkar

Plans for longer period should be implemented instead of 3 months or so. Moreover there should be system of automatic renewal as at present it is difficult to remember renewal dates as validity period are very short and service providers do not send reminders to customers about expiry of plans. All service providers should think on this important issue and take steps to overcome such problems.

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